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The Catalan Atlas, one of the most lavish and famous of all medieval world maps (1375)
Ottoman Empire map of the United States (1803)
Ottoman Map of the World, 19th Century
Ottoman Map of the World (1803)
Ottoman map of Africa (1803)
Ottoman Map of Scotland (1803)
A faithful reconstruction of Constantinople in the year 1200, capital of the Eastern Roman Empire
Cairo, Egypt in the 16th century - by Ottoman cartographer Piri Reis
Ottoman map of Australia (1894)
Ethnic map of European Turkey 1861
Ottoman Empire 1803 World Map
Ottoman map of the Arabian Peninsula 1732
Mediaeval map of Constantinople, 1422 / by Cristoforo Buondelmonti, a Florentine cartographer
Map of Constantinople, Pera and Uskudar c. 1860
1580 Map of Greece and western Turkey
Ottoman map of Syria (1803)
1525 Map of Alanya by Piri Reis
Ethnographic map of eastern Turkey in Asia, Syria and western Persia - published 1910
Ottoman map of England and Wales (1803)
A view of Byzantine Constantinople in AD 1000
Ottoman Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (1803)
Expanded 17th century Ottoman world map based on one originally composed in 1525 and dedicated to Sultan Süleyman I ("The Magnificent") by Piri Reis
1915 Daily Telegraph war map of Gallipolli Peninsula, Turkey, showing forts, roads and tracks
The underground city of Derinkuyu reaches a depth of 60m (200 feet) and used to shelter as many as 20.000 people; it's the largest of the 200 underground cities discovered in Cappadocia, Turkey
A new map of Turkey in Europe, 1834
Map from the Atlas-ı Cedid, the first Ottoman Atlas
Ottoman Map of Germany (1803)
17th Century Map of Japan by Ottoman scholar Katip Çelebi
World War I poster with maps of the Balkans and Turkish Straits
Ethnic map of Asia Minor, 1910
Ethnographic map of European Turkey from 1877
1701 Guillaume Delisle map of the Ottoman and Persian Empires x-post /r/HI_Res
What do the US, Somalia, Swiss, and Turkey have in common? Anthem of the world by subject.
Exaggerated Relief Map of the Nile and Eastern Mediterranean Region
Constantinople in the 13th C. by French Artist Antoine Helbert
The Turkish Empire by John Speed, 1676
1500 map of Europe and Anatolia where Jewish people were allowed.
Turkey at the Crossroads, published in Time Magazine, Dec. 20 1943
World in 1567, by Ottoman sailor Ali Macar Reis (Ottoman Archives, Turkey)
Andrees Handatlas 1914: The Ottoman Empire before its downfall in 1922. No wonder there is a lot of war in this region, the borders are completely different.
The crazy origins of the word 'turkey' (the bird) in various European languages
Hattusa : capital of the Hittite Empire between 1420 BC and 1200 BC. Hattusa now lies in ruins beside Boğazkale, Turkey
Territory of the former Yugoslavia - time spent under Ottoman control
The "Farmer & Settler" map of Gallipoli War area - 1915, showing landing places of the French, British, Australian and New Zealand troops during World War I
European countries richer and poorer than Turkey, IMF, GDP-PPP per capita, Updated October 2017
Ottoman Map of the Indian Ocean and the China Sea, 1728, Cartographer Ibrahim Muteferrika
1638 Map of the Turkish Empire, Saudi Arabia, Middle East
Number of years each part of former Yugoslavia spent under Ottoman rule
SE Europe & The Ottoman Empire, 1916.
The radical removal of Istanbul's forests
The oldest surviving Ptolemaic world map, redrawn according to his 1st projection by monks at Constantinople under Maximus Planudes around 1300
Map of Byzantium/Constantinople. See if you can estimate a date
Robur tea war map, Turkish Empire ; Robur war map, Gallipoli and the Dardanelles : bird's eye view (1915). Shows British and Allied landings on 25 April 1915 and later; the range of 12 and 15 inch naval guns depicted
World countries richer & poorer than Turkey, 2018, IMF
Ethnic map of Cyprus before and after the Turkish invasion. Turkish Cypriots were 18% of the total population but have taken up 36.2% of the island
Map of Constantinople made using Age of Empires II
A print of Piri Reis's 1525 Ottoman map of Malta
9 Ways to Divide Turkey
Atlas catalan de 1375 - Eastern Mediterranean, Western Asia and Northeastern Africa
Destinations of Turkish Airlines. Map by Geography Now! Check him out on YouTube
Ottoman map of the Americas (1803)
Map of Constantinople (Κωνσταντινούπολη) in the style of medieval city maps...
Ethnicity of Ottoman parliament deputies in 1908
Istanbul city from space, taken from Gokturk-2 earth observation satellite, 2017
Literal Translations of Some City Names in Turkey
Anatolia and the surrounding region at night
Turkey by % of Forest Cover
Map of the different ethnic groups in the Caucasus(Turkey excluded)
The Ottoman Empire - 1815
Border change proposal for Batman province, Turkey
The "-stan" Countries in Turkish
Distance between Istanbul and Warsaw is less than the distance between Istanbul and Hakkari, Turkey's southernmost province
Turkish (Ottoman) Empire at its territorial peak (1683)
Politics aside, Turkey/Greece/Cyprus has a really nice shape.
Every Country That was Invaded by the Ottoman Empire
Fertility rate in Turkey
Watercolor Painting of the Peoples of the Eastern Mediterranean, circa 5th Century, B.C.E.
A world map from "Kitab-ı Bahriye", written by Piri Reis in the 16th century as a gift to #Ottoman Sultan Süleyman
The Byzantine Empire used a system of beacons (an optical telegraph) to transmit messages across Asia Minor to Constantinople. The main line of beacons stretched over some 450 miles (720 km). A message could be transmitted the entire length of the line within an hour. #Seshat
The Ottoman Empire at the start of WW1
Map of Turkish as mother language in 1965 Turkey census
The word TURKEY (the bird) in European languages
Electoral districts of Turkey 2015
The "Sublime State," or the Ottoman Empire, in the year 1683 just before its defeat at the gates of Vienna
1715 De L'Isle Map of the Eastern Roman Empire under Constantine (Asia Minor, Black Sea, Balkans)
The Ottoman Empire to its greatest extent
16th Century Ottoman Map of Europe on a modern map of Europe
Map of The Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean in the 14th Century BC
The decline of the Ottoman Empire, 1699 - 1923
"Great Eastern Crisis" and the subsequent Russo-Turkish War of 1877-78
Possible redistribution of Ottoman and Arabian territory on the principle of self determination
Istanbul is closer to Vienna than Hakkari, Turkey's southeasternmost city
Map of the southern Balkans and western Anatolia in 1410
Ottoman world map, 1803
Geographical name changes in Turkey
Demographics of Cyprus in 1973 prior to Turkish Invasion
These two provinces account for one-third of the whole Turkish economy
Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace region in Istanbul. My Bachelor’s Thesis while still in process in 2016. Vector and raster datas were united via coordinates on City Engine (WGS84) and unique building models taken from SketchUp were fitted from the points of interest.
Traditional Map of Anatolia/Asia Minor with its Historical Regions.
Turkey Divided Into Four Areas of Equal Population
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